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Upcoming open lectures

Wed
2
Feb

The present as a dimension of an unknown future: Imagining non-linear futures of LGBTQI+ rights

Queer critiques of linear narratives of ‘progress’ succinctly capture the difficulty of imagining new or more liberatory futures, particularly when these futures are conceived through lenses of the present...

Wed
2
Feb

The Brutish Museums

Dan Hicks outlines some of the arguments in his recent book, and will consider the significance African cultural restitution for the discipline of Art History in the 2020s

Wed
2
Feb

Diversifying business models to address economic, environmental and social challenges

This masterclass will explore some of the reasons for the dominance of particular approaches; examples of diverse emerging and existing models along with barriers to their success and scaling; and address the implications for teaching and research.

For staff

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